Spark Detection and Extinguishment Systems (Whitepaper)Spark Detection and Extinguishment Systems (Whitepaper)
February 5, 2014
Sparks are a very common danger. Although they may not be readily apparent, this does not mean that they do not exist. In most cases, close attention is focused on this problem only after it is too late, namely when there has been an explosion or fire. A dull tool, damaged fan bearing, an overhead motor or electric sparks, foreign bodies in the conveyed material, defective parts on the production line, and friction generating processes are causes of these events.
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